Tag: HTML5

Bootstrapping Your Web Pages 5 – Formidable Forms

Prelude Continuing from Bootstrapping Your Web Pages 4 – Dressing Up Tables where we left off. In this series, we set sights on web forms which are the indispensable part of any website today. A web form may contain the following data-entry controls: <input> types

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Bootstrapping Your Web Pages 4 – Dressing Up Tables

Prelude Continuing from Bootstrapping Your Web Pages 3 – Crafting Text where we left off. You have learned the Bootstrap’s crafting of HTML text, we shall now find out how Bootstrap dresses up HTML tables. Dressing Up Tables We use HTML tables to

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Bootstrapping Your Web Pages 3 – Crafting Text

Prelude Continuing from Bootstrapping Your Web Pages 2 – Laying Out Responsively where we left off. You have gotten a good grip of Bootstrap’s responsive, mobile-first grid system, it is time to look into the Bootstrap’s styling of web contents. Let’s start with

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Bootstrapping Your Web Pages 2 – Laying Out Responsively

Prelude Continuing from Bootstrapping Your Web Pages 1 – Getting Ready where we left off. Having chosen a Bootstrap’s container for your web page, you can now turn your attention to designing responsive layouts that can adapt to different types of devices such

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Bootstrapping Your Web Pages 1 – Getting Ready

Prelude In my book titled Responsive Web Design Codified, I have explained the concept and importance of responsive web design in today’s multi-screen ecosystem. In that book, the readers are also put through a hands-on session to developing a responsive web

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